As digital transformation continues its course, business processes and services will continue to innovate, and the same can be said for how events are organized.
In our hyperconnected world, reaching an audience has never been easier. Finding engagement, however, is becoming increasingly challenging when there’s no way to cut through the noise. How can businesses capture and engage the attention of the right people?
Rockbird Media, an international events management firm, is launching its online event services of webinars and Virtual Roundtable Sessions (VRS), a digital version of the exclusive discussions that their flagship executive meetings feature. Like its in-person counterpart, the VRS runs for one-hour and can only be joined by pre-selected industry leaders and experts.
Hyper-converged infrastructure and cloud services provider Nutanix will be hosting the webinar “Lay the Foundation for a True Enterprise Cloud” with Rockbird Media, on March 25, 2020.
The first Virtual Roundtable Session “Managing Cybersecurity Risks of Remote Work” will be facilitated by Francisco “Kiko” Castillo, CIO, Maynilad Water Services, Inc., on March 26, 2020.
Rockbird Media has been creating events that help organizations connect, engage, and evolve in the ever-changing global business landscape. Its portfolio caters to the fields of digital transformation, human resources, and IT security — more specific topics include digital transformation in clinical trials and human resources in life sciences.
“We want our partners to be able to deliver their content to the right audience and engage them wherever they are,” said Leo Empuerto, Managing Director of Rockbird Media. He also addressed how global concerns like the COVID-19 pandemic pose significant challenges to the goal of in-person events. “There’s no better time than now to embrace digital transformation and tap into unique ways to educate your audience about what you have to offer.”
“We’ll keep experimenting with more ways to offer our partners flexibility in reaching their goals,” Empuerto added.